Colonel Henry Edward Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes
- Born: 3 Mar 1866
- Died: 12 Oct 1932 aged 66
Noted events in his life were:
• Military Service: Captain 9th Lancers.
• Military Service: Major Royal East Kent Yeoman.
• Military Service: Colonel Royal West Kent Regiment, 1917, Passchendale, Western Front. Mentioned in a Published work Britain's Last Tommies (By Richard van Emden)
Available from Pen & Sword Books (www.pen-and-sword.co.uk), ISBN Unknown
Summary published in Passchendale - The Battle Ninety Years On (Magazine) (Pg. 56), ISBN 184415528-5.
Memories of Lance Corporal Vic Cole, 1st Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment).
"From the interior of the pillbox our Colonel emerged. His name was Twisleton-Wyckeman-Fiennes (Sic), a wiry grey-faced figure. He was very agitated and was waving his Colt .45 revolver around. Spying me, and practically sticking his revolver in my face, he gave me an order. 'Corporal get hold of these men and take them up to the next line of pillboxes'."